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1 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 In This Issue: Nominations for CANN Vice-President/Secretary, Communications and Marketing (Subscriptions), Editor of the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing...4 CANN 41st Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions (Quebec City, QC)...6 CANN Scientific Sessions: Abstracts for oral presentations...11 CANN Scientific Sessions: Abstracts for poster presentations...21 Sessions Scientifiques ACIISN : Abrégés pour les présentations orales...24 Sessions Scientifiques ACIISN : Abrégés pour les affiches...35 Supportive care needs of caregivers of individuals following stroke: A synopsis of research...39

2 Board of directors, committee chairpersons and associated organization representatives Conseil d administration, responsables des comités et représentants des groupes associés 2010 Executive President/Présidente: Karen Waterhouse Vice-President and Secretary/ Vice-président et secretaire: Sandra Berube Past-President/Présidente sortante: Janice Nesbitt Treasurer/Trésorière: Mark Bonin Councillors British Columbia: Brenda Macleod Alberta South: Sonia Rothenmund Alberta North: Kim Worton Saskatchewan: Doris Newmeyer Manitoba: Wendy McDiarmid Ontario West: Mary Ann Regan Ontario Central: Linda Smith Ontario East: Aline Mayer Québec: Martha A. Stewart New Brunswick/PEI: Shelley Paul Nova Scotia: Linsey Morrow Newfoundland and Labrador: Viola Finn Portfolios Legislation and Bylaws/Conseillère des politiques: Janice Nesbitt Archivist: Geraldine Fitzgerald Membership/Abonnement: Jeanne Evans Professional Practice/Practique professionnelle: Deb Holtom Research/Recherche: Andrea Fisher Translation/Traduction: Rolande D Amour Program Liaison/Programme: Heather Stoyles Scientific Liaison/Scientifique: Sharron Runions Committees Program Chair Quebec City 2010: Jodi Dusik-Sharpe Scientific Chair Quebec City 2010: Janice Nesbitt Communications and Marketing (Web): Sharron Runions Communications and Marketing (Subscriptions): Lynn Pratt Editor Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing/ Rédactrice en chef Le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques: Sonia Poochikian-Sarkissian Representatives WFNN Representative: Deb Holtom Think First: Sheryl Finnigan Canadian Association of Brain Tumour Coalition (CABTO): Janice Nesbitt National Stroke Leadership Group: Vacant Canadian Brain and Nerve Health Coalition (CBANHC): Darlene Schindel 2 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

3 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Editor/Rédactrice en chef Sonia Poochikian-Sarkissian, University Health Network, 399 Bathurst St., MP 5-311, Toronto, ON M5T 2S8; Peer Reviewers/Réviseures Sharon Bishop, Regina, SK Jennifer Boyd, Toronto, ON Andrea Fisher, Ottawa, ON Debbie Holtom, Gananoque, ON Sandra Ireland, Hamilton, ON Lynn Joseph, Nepean, ON Wilma Koopman, London, ON Joanna Pierazzo, Ancaster, ON Mina D. Singh, Toronto, ON Nancy Thornton, Calgary, AB Yearly subscriptions are included with a membership in CANN/ACIISN ($75.00 Member, $65.00 Associate) or they may be purchased separately. L abonnement annuel à le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques est inclus dans les frais d inscription à l ACIISN (75,00 $ pour les membres actifs et 65,00 $ pour les membres associés). For subscriptions, contact/pour inscriptions : Lynn Pratt, 6357 Lumberman Way, Ottawa, ON K1C 1V6; Canada: $65.00 (CAN) United States: $65.00 (US) International: $70.00 (US) Single Copy: $15.00 (CAN) Make cheques payable to: Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses/Les chèques doivent être émis à : L Association canadienne des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques (ACIISN) : c/o Lynn Pratt, 6357 Lumberman Way, Ottawa, ON K1C 1V6. The Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses gratefully acknowledges the funding provided to the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council under the Aid to Transfer Journals program, to support the operation and expansion of the journal. Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing The Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is the peerreviewed journal of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN)/Association canadienne des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques (ACIISN). The journal is published quarterly. We welcome the submission of original manuscripts in the areas of practice, research, theory, education, and policy, which are of interest to the neuroscience nursing community. The views, statements, and opinions expressed in the articles, editorials, and advertisements are those of the authors or advertisers. They do not necessarily represent the views and policies of CANN/ACIISN and Copyright the editors and publishers disclaim any responsibility or assumption of liability for these materials. The Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is indexed in the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, International Nursing Index (INI) and Nursing Citation Index ISSN # Mission statement The Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN) sets standards of practice and promotes continuing professional education and research. Members collaborate with individuals, families, interdisciplinary teams and communities to prevent illness and to improve health outcomes for people with, or at risk for, neurological disorders. No part of this publication can be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior written consent of the publisher or a licence from the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright). For an Access Copyright licence, visit or call toll-free to Le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques Le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques est le journal de L Association canadienne des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques (ACIISN). Cette publication est revisée par ses propres membres. Le journal est publié quatre fois par année. Nous acceptons les manuscrits originaux se rapportant à la pratique du nursing, de la recherche, de la théorie, de l éducation, et de l éthique professionnelle, tous des sujets qui suscitent l intérêt de l ensemble du personnel en neurosciences. Les opinions, les points de vue, et les énoncés exprimés dans les articles, éditoriaux et affiches publicitaires sont ceux des auteurs et commerçants. Ils ne reflètent pas nécessairement les idées et les politiques de l ACIISN. L éditeur et la maison d édition n acceptent aucune responsabilité reliée au contenu du matériel publié dans le journal. Le Journal canadien des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques est rattachée au Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, International Nursing Index (INI) and Nursing Citation Index ISSN # Énoncé de mission L Association canadienne des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques (ACIISN) établit les standards de pratique de la profession et fait la promotion de l éducation permanente et de la recherche. Les membres collaborent avec les individus, les familles, les équipes multidisciplinaires et la communauté en général dans le but de prévenir les maladies neurologiques et d améliorer la santé des gens qui en sont atteints ou qui sont à risque d en souffrir.

4 Editorial This issue of the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (CJNN) includes the abstracts, both in English and French, which will be presented at the 41st Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN) annual scientific sessions in Quebec City in June I have no doubt that following the review of these abstracts we will all have a sense of extreme pride, and celebrate the accomplishments of our neuroscience nursing colleagues in Canada. As health care professionals, it is also important to contribute to the future of neuroscience nursing. This could be accomplished through publication and sharing of our work with colleagues in the field of neurosciences. Therefore, I would like to encourage all the conference presenters to consider writing their fine work in a paper format and submitting their manuscripts for publication. This issue also includes the CANN conference registration form, conference information and run for research pledge form. Hope to see you all in June at the CANN general meeting and the scientific sessions in Quebec City. Considering that my three-year term as the editor of CJNN is already coming to an end this year, nominations are encouraged to be submitted for our next editor. It has been a very rewarding experience for me and a pleasure to serve our great organization. Respectfully, Sonia Poochikian-Sarkissian, PhD, ACNP, CNN(C) Editor, CJNN Nominations Nominations for CANN Vice-President/Secretary, Communications and Marketing (Subscriptions), Editor of the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Nominations are requested for the following positions: a) CANN Vice-President/Secretary b) Communications and Marketing (Subscriptions) c) Editor of the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (CJNN) Suggested qualifications include: 1) Active member of CANN for at least four years 2) Member in good standing in his/her provincial nurses association 3) Certification in neuroscience nursing preferred 4) Computer skills and access 5) For the CJNN editor position: Master s Degree, PhD preferred. Nominations are to be submitted in writing by May 1, 2010, and the positions become effective after the June 2010 CANN conference. Term of office is three years. Nominations must include: Names of two CANN active members (nominator and seconder) Written consent of the nominee CV of the nominee ( ed to: Please forward all nominations to: Janice Nesbitt, or fax: (204) Nomination form Date: Position:, CV enclosed: Name of Nominee: Name and Signature of Nominator: Name and Signature of Seconder: x x I, accept the nomination for the above-named position. 4 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

5 Call for agenda items Anyone having items to place on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting to be held at CANN s national conference in Quebec City, on Thursday June 10, 2010, is invited to contact: Karen Waterhouse, President Upcoming CANN Annual General Meeting & Scientific Sessions Plan to attend the following CANN Conferences: Quebec City, QC, June 8 11, 2010 Vancouver, B.C., June 2011 We want your Neuroscience Nursing News! Please send your stories, clinical ethical issues, or other information for CJNN content to Dr. Sonia Poochikian-Sarkissian, Editor, at Special thanks and words of appreciation From the Editor to the CJNN Peer Reviewers and Translators! We have relied on their assistance, valuable feedback and expertise in publishing high-quality manuscripts in the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. Publish your manuscript in the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing We welcome the submission of original manuscripts in the areas of research, theory, practice, policy and education, which are of interest to the neuroscience nursing community. CJNN Author s Award: Authors who have published in the CJNN will have the chance to win one of two prizes! Websites of interest Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses and Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing website: Check this site often for updates on information. Reports will be on the website. Canadian Nurses Association: Canadian Congress of Neurological Society: ww.ccns.org Please check out the web page to learn more about the society to which we belong. CANN is an affiliate of this society. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences: World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses: All CANN members are automatically members of WFNN. The Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing is published by Pappin Communications / La Journal canadienne des infirmières et infirmiers en sciences neurologiques est publié par Pappin Communications The Victoria Centre, 84 Isabella Street, Pembroke, Ontario K8A 5S5, Managing Editor: Bruce Pappin; Layout and Design: Sherri Keller Advertising space is available/disponibilité d espaces pour messages publicitaires For information, contact Heather Coughlin, Advertising Manager, Pappin Communications, The Victoria Centre, 84 Isabella Street, Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 5S5; telephone: ; fax: or visit our website at Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

6 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses Association Canadienne des Infirmières et Infirmiers en Sciences Neurologiques CANN Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Quebec City, June 8-11, 2010 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 41st Annual Scientific Sessions Quebec City, QC June 8-11, 2010 Oui CANN: Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Program overview Tuesday, June Board of Directors Meeting (Location TBA) Neuroscience Certification Review (See program registration for details) Registration Welcome reception Lounge in Lobby Wednesday, June Registration on Second Level Welcome breakfast Greetings from invited guests and President of CANN Mary Glover Lecture Codman Award Presentation Concurrent Sessions (Please see program) Lunch on own Poster Viewing Session (Second Floor) Half-day registration (Second Level) Concurrent Sessions (see program for details) CNSF Exhibit at Convention Centre (Need to buy ticket this year, see registration form for details) 1945 Nurses Fun Night Thursday, June Walk/ Run for Research (Lobby at 0615) Registration (Second floor) AGM with continental breakfast (meeting to start at 0900) Poster Viewing Session (Second Floor) Scientific Luncheon Friedrich s Ataxia Registration (half-day) Concurrent Sessions (Please see program) In/Out Board meeting (Location TBA) Sightseeing Dinner Cruise (See registration form for ticket details) Friday, June Registration (second level) Breakfast symposium Medtronic Award Presentation Guest Speaker Neuroscience Nurses Foundation Brain Tumour Foundation Award 1145 Closing Remarks and Onward to Vancouver Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

7 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses Association Canadienne des Infirmières et Infirmiers en Sciences Neurologiques CANN Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Quebec City, June 8-11, 2010 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 41st Annual Scientific Sessions Quebec City, QC June 8-11, 2010 Oui CANN: Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Tuesday, June CANN presents Neurosciences Certification Review (EN) This innovative session will provide you with information regarding the relevance of CNA certification, as well as how to apply for certification. Goals will include providing an aspect of review in adult and pediatric neurosciences to support preparation for the certification exam. More details will be available at a later date. This session is provided compliments of CANN, and at no additional charge with your conference registration. Please be certain to mark your planned attendance on the registration form so we are able to accommodate all who wish to attend CANN Welcome Reception Please join us for refreshments and connect with old friends, as well as meet some new ones. This is a great way to start off the week! Please note: EN = English Presentation; FR = French Presentation Mardi, le 8 juin CANN présente la Révision de Certification de Neurosciences (EN) Cette séance innovatrice vous fournira des renseignements quant à la pertinence de C NA la certification, aussi bien que comment demander la certification. Les buts incluront pour fournir un aspect de révision dans neurosciences adulte et de pédiatrie pour soutenir la préparation pour l examen de certification. Plus de détails disponibles à une date ultérieure. Cette séance a fourni des compliments de CANN et aucun supplément avec votre enregistrement de conférence. Soyez s il vous plaît certains marquer votre assistance planifiée sur la forme d enregistrement donc nous sommes capables de loger tous qui veulent être présent Réception d Accueil de CANN Rejoignez-nous s il vous plaît pour les rafraîchissements et communiquez avec de vieux amis, aussi bien que rencontrez quelques nouveaux. C est une grande façon de partir la semaine! Important Events Thursday, June 10 Événements Importants 0615 in CANN Run hotel lobby for Research Please join us for a walk or run (3K or 5K) around the famous Plains of Abraham. See the pledge and waiver forms with the registration forms or online. All funds fully support nursing research awards CANN Sightseeing Dinner Cruise Please consider joining us for social night on our dinner cruise. Buffet dinner and music. In a cozy setting, savour a wonderful meal. Discover and taste regional products and admire some of Quebec s landmarks such as the Château Frontenac, Quebec s bridge, and the impressive Montmorency Falls. Seating limited to 150 people, so book early. Jeudi, le 10 juin 0615 dans le CANN Dirigé vestibule d Hôtel pour la Recherche Rejoignez-nous s il vous plaît pour une promenade ou courez (3K ou 5 K) autour des Plaines réputées d Abraham. Voir la promesse et les formes de renonciation avec les formes d enregistrement ou en ligne. Tous les fonds soutiennent complètement des prix de recherche infirmiers CANN Sightseeing Croisière de Dîner Considérez s il vous plaît l assemblage de nous pendant la nuit sociale sur notre croisière de dîner. Dîner de buffet et musique. Dans un cadre douillet, savourez un magnifique repas. Découvrez et goûtez des produits régionaux et admirez certains des repères de Québec comme le Château Frontenac, le pont de Québec et les Chutes de Montmorency impressionnantes. Les places assises de limité à 150 personnes ainsi le livre tôt. Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

8 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses Association Canadienne des Infirmières et Infirmiers en Sciences Neurologiques CANN Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Quebec City, June 8-11, 2010 Wednesday, June A1 (EN) Providing Best Practice Stroke Care to Patients across the In-patient Continuum: An Integrated Stroke Unit [L établissement du meilleur soin de accident vasculaire cérébral de pratique aux patients à travers le continuum de malade hospitalisé : une unité de accident vasculaire cérébral intégrée] L. MacIsaac, B. Fakehinde, S. Jordan, F. Khalediyan, H. Moon, P. Turner B1 (EN) Developing a CNS Role in Pediatric Neurosurgery and Neuro-oncology: Challenges and Triumphs! [Le développement d un rôle CNS dans la neurochirurgie de pédiatrie et neuro-oncology : défis et triomphes!] T. Primiani C1 (EN) Self-Efficacy in Headache Management: A Quasi-Experiment [Effet de soi dans l administration de migraine : une quasi-expérience] S. Basiuk, K. Then, J.A. Rankin, W. Becker, T.S. Fung Concurrent Sessions D1 (EN) Effectiveness of the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) Program in Preventing Traumatic Injuries: A Ten-Year Analysis [Efficacité du programme P.A.R.T.I. (Prévention auprès des adolescents des risques de traumatismes causée par l ivresse au volant) dans la prévention des blessures traumatiques : une analyse de dix ans] J. Banfield A2 (EN) Providing Stroke Education to Patients and Families on an Integrated Stroke Unit: Our Team s Experience [L établissement de l éducation de accident vasculaire cérébral aux patients et aux familles sur une unité de accident vasculaire cérébral intégrée : l expérience de notre équipe] L. MacIsaac, R. Dharamshi, J. Hain-Cohen, T. Rabbior, I. Sulemon B2 (EN) Atypical Teratoid/ Rhabdoid Tumour (ATRT): Suri s Journey [La Tumeur Teratoid/Rhabdoid Atypique (ATRT) : le voyage de Suri] A. Manicat-Emo, R. Radchenko, C. Ross, T. Watkins Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 41st Annual Scientific Sessions Quebec City, QC June 8-11, 2010 Oui CANN: Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National C2 (EN) A Nurse Practitioner-Led Headache Clinic in the Acute Care Setting: An Effective Health Care Solution [Un praticien d infirmier la clinique de migraine menée dans le cadre de soin aigu : une solution de santé publique efficace] M. DeVries-Rizzo D2 (EN) External Ventricular Drainage System Product Change Leads to an Evidence-Informed Protocol Change [Le changement de produit de système de drainage ventricular externe cause un changement de protocole informé d évidence] D. Meldrum, L. Boisert A3 (EN) Understanding the Allocation of Space on Acute Stroke Units [Comprendre l allocation d espace sur les unités d accidents vasculaire cérébraux] C. Seneviratne, C.M. Mather 8 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

9 B3 (EN) Clinical Questions do Translate into Research: The Agitated Behavior Scale in Pediatric Patients Following Traumatic Brain Injury [Les questions cliniques qui traduisent vraiment la recherche : l échelle du comportement d agitation chez les patients pédiatriques après une blessure traumatique au cerveau] L. Pearlman, R. Titanic, J. Hutchison, C. Campbell C3 (EN) Do We Do That Here? Using Progressive Care Standards to Develop Scope of Practice for a Neurosciences Observation Area [ Le faisons-nous ici? : Développer un champs de pratique pour une aire d observation neuroservices en utilisant des normes de soin progressif] S. Broughton, C. McKim D3 (FR) Le changement de produit de système de drainage ventricular externe cause un changement de protocole informé d évidence [External Ventricular Drainage System Product Change Leads to an Evidence-Informed Protocol Change] D. Meldrum, L. Boisert A4 (EN) Associations between Biophysical and Psychosocial Outcomes Following Minor Stroke [Les associations entre biophysical et les résultats psychosociaux après le coup mineur] T. Green, K. King B4 (EN) Kids in Transition: The Rehab Experience [Gamins dans la transition : l expérience de rehab] T. Flaming, A. Hodinott, A. Manicat-Emo, S. Stinson-Lypka C4 (EN) Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD): A Disease that Steals the Self [La démence frontotemporale (DFT) : une maladie qui vole le soi] M. Halper, M. Goodman D4 (FR) Exploration du sentiment de compétence et de l autonomie professionnelle des infirmières suite à l implantation d un outil de gestion intégrée de la santé chez des clients atteints de dystrophie myotonique de type 1 (OGIS-DM1) [Exploration of the Feelings of Competence and Professional Self-Government of Nurses in the Establishment of a Tool of Integrated Management of Patients Affected by Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1 (OGIS-DM1)] M. Lavoie, M.C. Chouinard, J. Mathieu, C. Gagnon A5 (EN) Under Pressure: Understanding Chiari Malformation [Sous la pression : compréhension Malformation de Chiari] A. Manicat-Emo, M. Namtu, B. Sivakumar B5 (EN) Presumed Perinatal Ischemic Stroke, a Retrospective Diagnosis [Accident vasculaire cérébral d ischemic périnatal supposé, une diagnose rétrospective] S. Rothenmund, N. Thornton C5 (EN) Exploring Nursing Work Life Transition on an Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit [Explorer la transition vie-travail à une unité de réadaptation pour lésion cérébrales acquises] T. Haycock, K. Low D5 (FR) Suivi systématique infirmier de la clientèle atteinte de dystrophie musculaire oculopharyngée par téléphone [Systematic Telephone Monitoring of Patients Affected by Oculopharyngeal Dystrophy] N. Leclerc, A. Larouche, N. Bouchard A6 (EN) Stroke E-learning Modules: Just a Click Away! [Modules d apprentissage en ligne sur l accident vasculaire cérébral : juste un clic!] V. Riediger, R. Wiegner, A. Cayley B6 (EN) Parent Input, Are We Listening? [La contribution des parents, écoutons-nous?] S. Rothenmund, N. Thornton, A. Kirton C6 (EN) A Review of Recreational Street Drugs [Une revision des drogues de la rue] B. Won, A. Dalgetty D6 (FR) Une infirmière gestionnaire de cas en maladies neuromusculaires: résultats de l implantation de communauté sentier de soin intégré [Nursing Case Manager in Neuromuscular Diseases: Outcomes of a Community-Integrated Care Pathway Implementation] M.C. Chouinard, C. Gagnon, J. Mathieu Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

10 Thursday, June A7 (EN) Maintaining the Stroke Continuum of Care: Diabetic Management in Restorative, Rehabilitation and Out-patient Areas within the Champlain District Stroke Region [Le maintien du continuum de accident vasculaire cérébral de soin : l administration diabétique dans fortifiant, la réhabilitation et les régions de consultation dans la région decoup de District champlain] L. Joseph, E. Desjardin, S. Draper, J. Furletti, G. Miller, J. Sohmer B7 (EN) Hurry Hard: The Joys and Worries of a Canadian Pastime [Dépêchez-vous durement : les joies et les inquiétudes d un passe-temps canadien] T. Bergner C7 (EN) Development of a Community-Integrated Care Pathway for Health Management in Myotonic Dystrophy [Le développement d une communauté le sentier de soin intégré pour l administration de santé dans la dystrophie myotonic] M.C. Chouinard, C. Gagnon, J. Mathieu D7 (EN) No More Scars : Past and Present Implication of Postoperative Skull Base Tumour Resection in the Neuro Critical Care Unit [ Non plus de cicatrices : Devant et présent Implication de crâne post-en vigueur ne basent la résection de tumeur dans l unité de soin critique neuro] A. Vasconcelos, Y. Silvestre, J. Yu A8 (EN) Is BABS a Word? Brain Artery Bypass Surgery [Est-ce que B.A.B.S. (chirurgie de pontage d artère du cerveau) est un mot? Chirurgie de pontage d artère du cerveau] M. Pantalone, S. Broughton B8 (EN) Move Over, Mr. Elephant: Advanced Care Planning in Pediatric Patients with Neuromuscular Disease [Poussez-vous, M. Éléphant : la planification de soin avancée dans les patients de pédiatrie avec la maladie neuromuscular] L. Pearlman C8 (EN) Adapting and Validating the Stanford Self-Management Program for People with Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1: Preliminary Results and Lessons Learned [L adaptation et le fait de valider le Programme de Stanford self-management pour les gens avec le Type 1 de dystrophie myotonic : les résultats préliminaires et les leçons apprises] C. Gagnon, M.C. Chouinard, J. Mathieu, N. Leclerc, S. Jean D8 (EN) Writing for Publication [Écriture pour la publication] S. Sarkissian A9 (EN) Terson s Syndrome: A Complication of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage [Le Syndrome de Terson : une complication d aneurysmal subarachnoid l hémorragie] C.A. Miller B9 and Traumatic Brain Injury: B10 (EN) Transitioning from Poor Prognosis to Palliative Care [Blessure traumatique du cerveau : le fait de passer d un pronostic pauvre aux soins palliatifs] S. Kadyschuk, T. Robertson C9 (EN) Quality Improvement through the Development of the SCIN Team [L amélioration de la qualité par le développement de l équipe «SCIN»] S. Nicosia D9 and Developing a D10 (EN) Comprehensive Care Pathway for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Patients [Le développement d un sentier de soin complet pour les patients de blessure de moelle épinière traumatiques] R. Murphy A10 (EN) The Pressure Cooker: Hypertension and Hemorrhagic Stroke [La «cocotte-minute» : l hypertension et l accident vasculaire cérébral hémorragique] N. Chenier-Hogan, D. Bowman, D. Podgers C10 (EN) Treatment of Aggressive MS with High-Dose Chemotherapy and Autologous Stem Cell Transplant: The Impact on Quality of Life and Fatigue [Le traitement des sclérose en plaques agressive avec la chimiothérapie de haute dose et le transplant de cellule souche autologous : l impact sur la qualité de la vie et la fatigue] M.J. Bowman, M.S. Freeman, H.L. Atkins 10 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

11 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses Association Canadienne des Infirmières et Infirmiers en Sciences Neurologiques CANN Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Quebec City, June 8-11, 2010 Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 41st Annual Scientific Sessions Quebec City, QC June 8-11, 2010 Oui CANN: Communicating and Networking Nationally Réseau de Communication National Abstracts for oral presentations Wednesday, June 9 A1 (EN) Providing Best Practice Stroke Care to Patients across the In-patient Continuum: An Integrated Stroke Unit L. MacIsaac, B. Fakehinde, S. Jordan, F. Khalediyan, H. Moon, P. Turner The provision of stroke care on a dedicated unit has been shown to decrease disability and mortality by as much as 30% for all individuals with stroke regardless of age, gender or severity of stroke (Canadian Stroke Strategy, 2008). At our district stroke centre, the delivery of stroke care underwent reorganization in A 15-bed integrated stroke unit accepting patients in the acute, rehabilitation and complex phases of the stroke continuum was opened. In the fall of 2007, the unit was expanded with the addition of seven beds. The focus of this reorganization was to provide an integrated approach to the treatment of patients with the diagnosis of stroke and to provide best practice care to patients with stroke throughout the continuum of care. Patients with new diagnosis of stroke are admitted from the emergency department to an acute care bed. Continuity of care is maximized as patients move across the stroke continuum changing designation, but not location. Assessment, treatment and rehabilitation begin early in the acute phase. Patients with lower Functional Independent Measurement (FIM) scores who may not have been accepted for stroke rehabilitation are placed into the complex rehabilitation beds where they have a longer stay. This presentation will describe how this integrated approach to patient care exemplifies best practices in stroke care. The benefits and challenges of this type of unit will be discussed. B1 (EN) Developing a CNS Role in Pediatric Neurosurgery and Neuro-oncology: Challenges and Triumphs! T. Primiani This presentation will summarize the challenges and accomplishments to date in the process of creating and shaping a new and innovative clinical nurse specialist (CNS) role in pediatric neurosurgery and neuro-oncology in a large university teaching hospital. The position was created in 2008 to meet the needs of the approximately 25 to 30 children diagnosed annually with brain tumours within this hospital (MCH Tumor Registry, 2009). Recent evidence-based research related to advance practice nursing will be examined and reviewed. The CNS role will be described in the context of advanced practice models and guidelines, and further elaborated by examples of the challenges, obstacles and rewards of implementing this CNS role and its impact on an interdisciplinary pediatric neuroscience team. The practice of a CNS in neurosurgery and neuro-oncology will be examined in light of its core competencies: leadership, consultation, collaboration and research. Comparisons will be made with the development of advanced practice nursing and Benner s stages of clinical practice. Finally, a clinical case study will illustrate the evolution of this advanced practice role and its contribution to pediatric neurosurgery and neuro-oncology. C1 (EN) Self-Efficacy in Headache Management: A Quasi-Experiment S. Basiuk, K. Then, J.A. Rankin, W. Becker, T.S. Fung Aim: To assertain the effectiveness of a headache self-management program offered to clients during the wait-time between referral to a multidisciplinary headache program and consult appointment with a neurologist. The primary research objective was to compare headache management self-efficacy scores for clients at baseline, to posttest scores after participation in the headache self-management program. Methods: Clients of Calgary Headache Assessment and Management Program, Education Session were recruited. Those who chose to attend the Self- Management Workshop constituted the experimental group. All subjects were given a self-administered, pre-test ques- Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

12 tionnaire at baseline, including the CESD-R, HDI, HIT-6 and HMSE. The post-test questionnaire was administered during the scheduled neurologist consult. Results: Data were collected on 231 subjects, 23 in the intervention and 208 in the comparision group. Self-efficacy improved for the entire sample (p = 0.041), headache frequency decreased (p = 0.048), quality of life improved (p = 0.003) and disability improved for the comparison group, but not the intervention group (p = 0.041). Conclusions: Small sample size in the intervention group did not allow for meaningful comparisons. Therefore, few differences between groups were found. Benefits seen may have been related to education session attendance rather than the intervention itself. D1 (EN) Effectiveness of the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) Program in Preventing Traumatic Injuries: A Ten-Year Analysis J. Banfield Objective: The Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) program is a one-day injury awareness and prevention program for youth ages 15 and older, with the goal to educate adolescents to recognize their injury risks and make informed choices to reduce them. Methods: PARTY participants (study) were matched with a group of subjects having the same age, gender, residential area, and initial year in database, who did not attend the PARTY program (control). Data from two different sources were searched to determine the incidence of traumatic injuries in both groups. Results: Of 3,905 PARTY participants, 1,281 were successfully randomly matched on the above four variables with 1,281 controls. The most frequent injury was homicide or injury by other 381/2,562 (14.9%). There were fewer traumatic injuries in the study group than in the control group (43.3% versus 47.4%, p = 0.02, OR = 1.22, 95% CI = ). This difference was stronger in females (44.4% versus 49.0%, p = 0.04), and before the graduated licensing system was implemented (60.1% versus 67.2%, p = 0.04). Conclusions: The PARTY program effectively reduced the incidence of traumatic injuries among its participants. This effectiveness was stronger among females, and before the driver licensing system was implemented in the province. A2 (EN) Providing Stroke Education to Patients and Families on an Integrated Stroke Unit: Our Team s Experience L. MacIsaac, R., Dharamshi, J. Hain-Cohen, T. Rabbior, I. Sulemon Background: A recent evaluation of the education program developed by our interprofessional team (IPT) for the Integrated Stroke Unit highlighted several challenges including: timing of the presentations, changes in the educational needs of patients over the continuum of care, and format of education. The IPT decided to implement recommendations from the Canadian Best Practice Guidelines for Stroke Care in order to enhance delivery of patient and family education. An enhanced educational program for patients on the Integrated Stroke Unit is under development with implementation planned for January Method: Surveys will be conducted with patients at various stages of the continuum in order to determine their educational needs including content, timing and modality. Results of this survey and best practice standards will guide the redevelopment of the education program. Pre- and post-implementation surveys will be conducted to evaluate the enhanced program. Consecutive patients admitted between April 1 and June 30, 2009, will be contacted by phone to complete the pre-implementation survey. Evaluation of the educational program will be conducted through a post-implementation survey in April Results: In addition to providing the results from this pre- and post-implementation study, we will detail the components of the educational initiative. B2 (EN) Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumour (ATRT): Suri s Journey A. Manicat-Emo, R. Radchenko, C. Ross, T. Watkins Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumour (ATRT) is a rare, high-grade tumour occurring most commonly in children younger than two years of age. Its highly aggressive nature and ability to occur anywhere in the brain necessitates an individual, often complex treatment regimen requiring surgical intervention, followed by chemotherapy and radiation therapy. This unique tumour can spread through the central nervous system and result in a multitude of neurological symptoms that require management. The touching story of an infant diagnosed with ATRT and the family s difficult journey will be shared during this presentation with particular attention to the clinical management and specific nursing interventions that were used to help this family overcome the many challenges and complications they had to endure. C2 (EN) A Nurse Practitioner-Led Headache Clinic in the Acute Care Setting: An Effective Health Care Solution M. DeVries-Rizzo A nurse practitioner-led clinic within a tertiary health care centre can be an effective solution to increasing demands on an already burdened health care system. Nurse practitioner-led clinics in Ontario are already emerging as part of a team-based approach to front-line health care in primary care settings. However, opportunities exist for nurse practitioners to lead in the delivery of health care in acute care settings, especially currently in ambulatory care. 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13 evidence-based care to many patient populations with multiple health conditions. Using the expertise of advanced practice nurses provides an excellent opportunity to improve access to health care. The purpose of this presentation will be to highlight the development of an NP-led headache clinic in a pediatric tertiary health care teaching centre. Benefits and challenges associated with this new model of care will be discussed. Additionally, lessons learned from this patient population will be highlighted. The presentation is meant to stimulate other nurses to evaluate their own roles and scope of practice within their areas of expertise and consider innovative ways to deliver health care within their health care centres. D2 (EN) External Ventricular Drainage System Product Change Leads to an Evidence-Informed Protocol Change D. Meldrum, L. Boisert Nursing care of a patient requiring external ventricular drainage (EVD) is complex and challenging. Pediatric patients present some specific challenges, one being the management of CSF infection. Our protocol dictated that the CSF specimen be obtained from the port closest to the patient. When we were faced with a new, unfamiliar EVD drainage product without having been previously informed, we recognized a safety risk to the patient with regards to our present practice of CSF collection. This product came from a need for the adult population and pediatrics had not been consulted. This incident prompted an urgent review of our practice and led to many interprofessional discussions. Benchmarking across the country and a literature search were undertaken resulting in an evidence-informed change in our protocol. This not only addressed infection control issues, but also addressed other safety issues related to the withdrawal of CSF from an EVD. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the concerns presented, the processes undertaken, the outcomes and the lessons learned. A3 (EN) Understanding the Allocation of Space on Acute Stroke Units C. Seneviratne, C.M. Mather Space to work, collaborate, and appropriately function in health care settings is a luxury individuals sometimes assume will never change. Once workspace becomes scarce or transforms, individuals often adapt to unsuitable or small workspaces, which can influence work relationships and may decrease collaboration opportunities. The spatial structure of our work areas creates different attitudes about those we work with and affects our work with patients. The purpose of this paper is to revisit a finding from a 2007 doctoral ethnographic study conducted on a stroke unit in Canada related to the ways spatial challenges physically constrained nursing work with stroke patients. Participants strongly believed that a lack of unit workspace forced nurses to work within cramped unit spaces, which affected the care provided to stroke patients. In this sub analysis, we examined how lack of workspace forced nurses to work in close proximity and examined the impact of spatial challenges in the greater health care context. The care of stroke patients requires the commitment of all stroke team members. If spatial challenges hinder nurses and other professionals work, then stroke professionals must find ways to advocate for appropriate workspaces. Recommendations for research and other initiatives will also be discussed. B3 (EN) Clinical Questions do Translate into Research: The Agitated Behavior Scale in Pediatric Patients Following Traumatic Brain Injury L. Pearlman, R. Titanic, J. Hutchison, C. Campbell Agitation is commonly observed following traumatic brain injury (TBI) in pediatric patients. The assessment, pharmacological and non-pharmacological management and evaluation of agitated behaviour in the pediatric population is confounded by a lack of (1) a standardized, valid and reliable tool to measure agitation, and (2) evidencebased literature to guide nursing practice. Without a standardized tool for assessment, or evidence-based guidelines for treatment, agitation becomes a subjective behaviour that is treated according to the individual experiences and opinions of the health care practitioner. The Agitated Behavior Scale (ABS) was developed in the late 1980s to assist with the assessment of agitation in adults with TBI, and has since been widely used in clinical practice settings of trauma, dementia and stroke in adults. The ABS has not undergone testing with pediatric patients. The intent of this presentation is to review the methodology of the multi-coated Canadian study (2009) examining the reliability and validity of the Agitated Behavior Scale in pediatric patients following traumatic brain injury. The presentation will highlight the research process that began when a group of bedside nurses questioned the best way to assess and manage agitation. In conclusion, preliminary results of the study will be shared. C3 (EN) Do We Do That Here? Using Progressive Care Standards to Develop Scope of Practice for a Neurosciences Observation Area S. Broughton, C. McKim Patients who are admitted with a primary neurological diagnosis may also have underlying cardiac disease, and may be cared for in an area with continuous cardiac monitoring. Although care may focus on treating the primary neurological problem, nurses may also be asked to manage the underlying cardiac issues. 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14 based on the fact that the patient is on a cardiac monitor. However, the prescribed interventions may not be within the standard practice and skill set of the neuroscience nurse expert. This issue was addressed in the Neurosciences Observation Area (NOA) at The Ottawa Hospital through a formal review and analysis of the Guidelines for Admission and Discharge in Adult Intermediate Care Units from the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Based on these guidelines, the medical and nursing staff developed NOA admission criteria, including a list of medications that can be safely administered and monitored by nurses in patients requiring cardiac and homodynamic monitoring. This session will outline the collaborative process used to develop the NOA admission criteria. The NOA admission criteria will be presented. Case studies will be presented to demonstrate how the NOA admission criteria have been used to expand the scope of practice of the neuroscience nurse and allow for appropriate bed placement. D3 (FR) External Ventricular Drainage System Product Change Leads to an Evidence-Informed Protocol Change D. Meldrum, L. Boisert Nursing care of a patient requiring external ventricular drainage (EVD) is complex and challenging. Pediatric patients present some specific challenges, one being the management of CSF infection. Our protocol dictated that the CSF specimen be obtained from the port closest to the patient. When we were faced with a new, unfamiliar EVD drainage product without having been previously informed, we recognized a safety risk to the patient with regards to our present practice of CSF collection. This product came from a need for the adult population and pediatrics had not been consulted. This incident prompted an urgent review of our practice and led to many interprofessional discussions. Benchmarking across the country and a literature search were undertaken resulting in an evidence-informed change in our protocol. This not only addressed infection control issues, but also addressed other safety issues related to the withdrawal of CSF from an EVD. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the concerns presented, the processes undertaken, the outcomes and the lessons learned. A4 (EN) Associations between Biophysical and Psychosocial Outcomes Following Minor Stroke T. Green, K. King Background: Minor stroke is typically regarded as a non-disabling event resulting in minimal neurological impairment, as measured on stroke severity and functional outcome scales. There is an expectation that these patients will return to their prestroke status relatively quickly and they are most often discharged directly home into the care of the family within three to four days of admission. However, psychosocial sequelae such as cognitive and behavioural/emotional dysfunction may affect patient and carer recovery. Purpose: We conducted a prospective cohort study of 38 male patients with minor stroke and their wife-caregivers to assess biophysical and psychosocial outcomes over the first three months post-stroke. The purpose of this presentation is to report the associations between biophysical and psychosocial factors in this population. Results: While biophysical measures revealed consistent improvement, psychosocial measures did not. At three months post-stroke, nearly half the study patients (n = 18/38) indicated difficulty with performance of normal daily life routines and integrating residual physical deficits into life activities. The ability or inability to attend to family roles, self-care needs, and work provided patients and spouses with a measure of stroke recovery outside of functional recovery. B4 (EN) Kids in Transition: The Rehab Experience T. Flaming, A. Hodinott, A. Manicat-Emo, S. Stinson-Lypka Kids in Transition: The Rehab Experience was a partnership between SickKids and Bloorview Kids Rehab in Toronto, whose goal was to enhance the health care experience for SickKids patients from the neurosciences/trauma program requiring off-site rehabilitation services at Bloorview in the brain injury rehab program. The project s aim was to reduce the number of medically unnecessary days for patients awaiting transfer to Bloorview from unit 5C at SickKids by 50%. An improvement team, with representation from both facilities, worked to assess the previous transition processes in order to identify delays and bottlenecks, enhance practices and streamline the transition between facilities. The improvement plan included: identification of medical and rehab readiness for transition; development of a timely, efficient and appropriate referral process; provision of an accurate clinical picture of the child pre-transfer; and a measurable increase in family and staff satisfaction. Nurses were empowered to become more involved in the transfer process, which resulted in enhanced continuity of nursing care. Expectations were exceeded, with the most significant change found in the number of medically unnecessary days, which has decreased, resulting in a 58% reduction. This presentation will discuss the experience and lessons learned by the improvement team, which was instrumental in ensuring safe and relevant nursing care. C4 (EN) Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD): A Disease that Steals the Self M. Halper, M. Goodman The purpose of this presentation is to bring about a greater awareness of this degenerative neurologic disease; to educate about Frontotemporal Lobar 14 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

15 Degeneration (FTLD) and ways we, as nurses, can improve care to the patient, as well as provide support to the caregiver. It is the leading cause of dementia in middle age. Age of onset varies from 20s to 80s, most common in 40s, 50s and 60s. This session will describe FTLD, which represents a spectrum of disorders comprising behavioural-variant FTD, Progressive Non-Fluent Aphasia (PNFA), and Semantic Dementia (SD). We will review the neuropathology, clinical features and current treatment of these disorders. Frequently, patients with FTD are misdiagnosed as having OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia or Alzheimer s Disease because of behavioural and personality changes that may arise early in the disease process. We will look at the impact of these changes on family, friends and community. We will discuss the role of the nurse clinician in the management of varied and challenging behavioural symptoms of FTD. We will also present some of the current research findings that contribute to a greater understanding of the spectrum of these disorders. D4 (FR) Exploration of the Feelings of Competence and Professional Self-Government of Nurses in the Establishment of a Tool of Integrated Management of Patients Affected by Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1 (OGIS-DM1) M. Lavoie, M.C. Chouinard, J. Mathieu, C. Gagnon Presence of various characteristics of the persons affected by myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1), and in the way that services are organized, can result in sub-optimum care being provided by the nurses working in a specialized neuromuscular private hospital. To examine this, it was proposed to establish a plan of integrated care named Tool of integrated management of health (OGIS-DM1). This tool, which is meant to be a guide for the nurse for evaluation of interventions to be undertaken, notably is aimed at refinement and development of new competences of the nurses, as well as their professional self-government. The purpose of this study is to explore changes brought about by the introduction of OGIS-DM1 on the feeling of competence and professional self-government of the nurses. A pre- and postimplementation study of numerous cases and six nurses was used. Data were acquired through semi-structured interviews, using the domains of competence of Benner and the Dempster Practice Behaviours Scale. In most cases, the introduction of OGIS in the practice of the nurses ameliorated the feeling of competence in functions of diagnosis and surveillance, and of efficient caregiving, organization and sharing out of tasks, as well as help. It also supported autonomous behaviours in nurses. A5 (EN) Under Pressure: Understanding Chiari Malformation A. Manicat-Emo, M. Namtu, B. Sivakumar Chiari Malformation is a structural defect in the cerebellum characterized by its herniation through the foramen magnum into the spinal canal. The resulting pressure on the cerebellum and, possibly, the brain stem may have devastating effects on the neurological functions controlled by these areas and impede the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. There are several different forms. The most common type is Chiari I Malformation, and less commonly Chiari II Malformation, also known as Arnold-Chiari Malformation. The causes of Chiari Malformation, as well as its symptomatology, associated conditions, radiographical findings, and clinical treatment will be discussed. Two case presentations are provided to illustrate the nature of this disorder and its impact on the patients and their families. The nursing and interprofessional approach to its management are also addressed. B5 (EN) Presumed Perinatal Ischemic Stroke, a Retrospective Diagnosis S. Rothenmund, N. Thornton You will not incur a higher period of risk for stroke than the week you are born. With an incidence of at least 1:4,000 live births, perinatal ischemic stroke syndromes are common, but poorly understood. Presumed perinatal ischemic stroke (PPIS) is diagnosed retrospectively, usually within the first year of life. Despite the plasticity of the young brain, most survivors suffer adverse neurological outcomes such as hemiparesis, language dysfunction, cognitive and behavioural disorders, and epilepsy. Much more research is needed to advance our understanding regarding the causes, prevention, treatment, and outcomes for this type of stroke. Through case studies, this presentation will: Provide an overview of PPIS. Illustrate the impact of PPIS on the pediatric patient population and their families. Describe some of the challenges these children and their families face when confronted with this diagnosis. Describe initiatives our hospital has taken to help children and their families overcome some of these challenges. C5 (EN) Exploring Nursing Work Life Transition on an Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit T. Haycock, K. Low The inpatient Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation program at Hamilton Health Sciences consists of three separate patient foci: community reintegration, neurobehavioural management, and slow to recover. Historically, these units have functioned independently of each other and were even located on different sites across the city of Hamilton, Ontario. However, the com- Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

16 pletion of a state-of-the-art regional rehabilitation facility in the fall of 2009 resulted in the merging of two separate units, the community reintegration and the slow to recover into one integrated unit. The aim of this presentation is to provide an overview of how the nursing staff and health care team adapted to this new environment. Furthermore, this presentation will address the stages of transition experienced throughout the unit merger, and the strategies employed by leadership and management to facilitate the transition. The results of a post-transition survey and focus group session regarding the experience will be presented and discussed with respect to present and future directions. This session will be applicable to all health care team members who may experience or have endured restructuring and reorganizing within their work life environment. D5 (FR) Systematic Telephone Monitoring of Patients Affected by Oculopharyngeal Dystrophy N. Leclerc, A. Larouche, N. Bouchard Muscular oculopharyngeal dystrophy is a form of hereditary muscular dystrophy that affects the muscles of eyes in most cases (eye palsies) and the muscles of the throat (dysphagia). The first symptoms appear most often between 45 and 55 years, and the evolution of the affected person is progressive and variable. Nonetheless, it is one of the milder forms of muscular dystrophy, not requiring an annual evaluation or even the presence or services of a specialized hospital. In the context of a slow evolution and variability from person to person, a telephone tool of systematic monitoring was developed by the nurses of the private hospital of neuromuscular diseases of Jonquière in Quebec. This tool aims at assuring an optimal monitoring of the patients by: 1) assessing the progress of illness, 2) targeting needs, 3) assuring referrals to requested services, and 4) assuring education according to needs. It was developed from observations made in the private hospital to correspond to the needs of the patients. It allows for assessment of the psychomotor system, dysphagia and the risks of nutritional deficit, as well as the presence of eye weaknesses. This presentation will introduce the developed tool. A6 (EN) Stroke E-learning Modules: Just a Click Away! V. Riediger, R. Wiegner, A. Cayley The development of e-learning has provided institutions and educators the tools necessary to complement the traditional methods of education. Some of the advantages of e-learning are: the focus on specific topics, readily available, learner centred, self-paced, and cost effective. E-learning, as an adjunct to other teaching styles, can be used to maximize nursing knowledge and skills. Stroke is prevalent throughout all populations. Therefore, all nurses should be able to recognize the signs of stroke for all patients, and also have a thorough knowledge of best practice guidelines in order to provide optimal stroke care. An effective means to reach the majority of staff at the Toronto Western Hospital (TWH), a regional stroke centre, is through the use of e-learning. Using a multidisciplinary approach, stroke e-learning modules were developed based on a regional and internal needs assessment and the Canadian best practice stroke guidelines. The electronic learning format developed by the TWH stroke nurses in conjunction with nursing informatics will be presented to demonstrate the advantages of this method. B6 (EN) Parent Input, Are We Listening? S. Rothenmund, N. Thornton, A. Kirton A key goal of the Calgary Pediatric Stroke Program is to provide education and support for families of children diagnosed with stroke. Parent focus groups were conducted in the spring of 2009, helping us to better understand some of the challenges these families face in coping and daily living. In an effort to help parents overcome some of these challenges, we have been incorporating these parent perspectives into program planning and development. The highest occurrence rate of pediatric stroke occurs within the neonatal period. These perinatal stroke syndromes are most commonly diagnosed within the first year of life. Our first formal parent information and networking session targeted this specific patient and family population. This presentation will: Provide an overview of parent feedback. Describe our collaboration with community stakeholders to provide a community-based parent support group. Discuss the development of our first formal parent information and networking session. Discuss future plans for further education and family support initiatives. C6 (EN) A Review of Recreational Street Drugs B. Won, A. Dalgetty The use of recreational street drugs seems to be more prevalent with today s youth. Drug use is much more visible in the media, whether it is on the television or in the movies. These drugs are more accessible and affordable, enabling younger people the opportunity to experiment. At BC Children s Hospital, we have seen some of the adverse effects this crisis has brought. Not only are we seeing teenagers who have overdosed, taken drugs from a bad batch, or experienced a poor reaction, but we are also seeing babies born from young parents who are regular users of these drugs. This population poses a unique challenge for nurses. We have to be tolerant and we have to educate ourselves about the more common 16 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

17 street drugs and their effects on the brain. What are the long- and shortterm side effects of their use, and how does this look at the bedside or in the clinic? What are the implications for nursing care? D6 (FR) Nursing Case Manager in Neuromuscular Diseases: Outcomes of a Community-Integrated Care Pathway Implementation M.C. Chouinard, C. Gagnon, J. Mathieu Adult-onset neuromuscular diseases present several challenges to service organization due to numerous physical and psychosocial impacts, symptom variability and lack of consensus regarding their care. In addition, neuromuscular clinics present different service organization, with the medical model being predominant, and limited access to health care resources including neurologists and the rehabilitation team. Part of the solution may lie in giving nursing staff more responsibilities in evaluation/intervention and referral procedures to health care and community resources. An evidence-based integrated care pathway (ICP) was developed to support the neuromuscular nurse in this extended role. The ICP was developed after an extensive review of literature and an international expert consultation. The objective was to improve factual practice and service organization with the implementation of the ICP within a nursing case management framework without impeding on service satisfaction and quality of life of the participants. The ICP was implemented among 45 participants with myotonic dystrophy at home and compared to a control group. The results demonstrated improved factual practice and service organization with no change in patients satisfaction and quality of life. This research supports the hypothesis that a nurse case manager using an ICP can adequately perform an annual follow-up with myotonic dystrophy patients. Thursday, June 10 A7 (EN) Maintaining the Stroke Continuum of Care: Diabetic Management in Restorative, Rehabilitation and Out-patient Areas within the Champlain District Stroke Region L. Joseph, E. Desjardin, S. Draper, J. Furletti, G. Miller, J. Sohmer Diabetes is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease and has been recognized as an independent risk factor for ischemic stroke. Diabetes also doubles the risk of stroke recurrence, and stroke outcomes are significantly worse among patients with diabetes, with longer hospital stays, long-term stroke mortality, and more residual neurological and functional disability (Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care, 2008). The Best Practice Guidelines for Stroke Care (2008) outlines specific standards and recommendations for the management of particular health conditions impacting stroke recovery. The restorative, rehabilitation and outpatient stroke programs at Bruyère Continuing Care reviewed these guidelines and the 2008 Canadian Diabetic Guidelines to promote best practices in diabetic management of the stroke patient across the continuum of care. The purpose of this presentation is to outline the process used by the authors to develop an action plan to ensure these guidelines were being implemented for stroke patients with diabetes. Strategic directions and specific goals were identified and aligned to the organization s strategic directions. Interventions implemented to change practice will be presented, along with implications for nurses working in similar settings. B7 (EN) Hurry Hard: The Joys and Worries of a Canadian Pastime T. Bergner It is well known fact that curling is a Manitoba and Canadian passion with more than one million Canadians taking to the ice and rings every winter. With our growing trend toward increasing Body Mass Indexes and our increasing time constraints with work, school and family, how does one fit exercise and fun into one s world? Curling is a sport that someone can play for his or her entire life. It also allows people of different abilities and Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

18 ages to curl against one another. What other sport do you know of that has wheelchair athletes competing against non-wheelchair athletes? It is also one of the most sportsmanship-embedded activities. There are no officials on the ice and each game starts and ends with a handshake, wishing one another good luck and a good game. Curling is also one of the only ice sports that does not require wearing of protective headgear. Using case studies, this presentation will outline the sport of curling and the neurological risks that present while playing the game. C7 (EN) Development of a Community-Integrated Care Pathway for Health Management in Myotonic Dystrophy M.C. Chouinard, C. Gagnon, J. Mathieu Adult neuromuscular disorders like myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) require long-term health management. However, lack of specialized resources, variable clinical pictures and scarcity of guidelines make its management a constant challenge. We proposed that rehabilitation nurses can have an extended role in health management of DM1 patients within a case management framework. To support their practice, a community-integrated care pathway was developed (ICP-DM1) by a clinical and research team. An ICP may include multidisciplinary, multiagency, clinical activities, tests, assessments, local and national standards, and decision trees that help to prompt decisions based on clinical practice guidelines. This poster will describe strategies used for the development of this ICP-DM1: 1) literature review (n = 847) using the SIGN method; 2) a chart review in four clinical settings to identify actual clinical practice; 3) validation by rehabilitation nurses (n = 4) and international panel of researchers (n = 9); and 5) pilot implementations (n = 5; n = 45). An administration manual was developed and a workshop was given to nurses from neuromuscular clinics in Quebec. These strategies led to a promising tool that may permit nurses to accomplish the proposed extended role in order to offer services based on factual practices and DM1 patients needs. D7 (EN) No More Scars : Past and Present Implication of Postoperative Skull Base Tumour Resection in the Neuro Critical Care Unit A. Vasconcelos, Y. Silvestre, J. Yu The Krembil Neuroscience program at the Toronto Western Hospital, a division of the University Health Network, is a world leader in neuroscience. Minimally invasive surgery for skull base tumours is a standard of practice for our patient population. Traditionally, resection of a tumour on the base of the skull involved an extensive and invasive craniofacial approach, which involved extensive surgical and postoperative interventions. Previously, surgical technique for pituitary tumors, which is located at the base of the skull, included incision inside the mouth or by performing craniotomies. The Krembil Neuroscience Program at the Toronto Western Hospital uses a minimally invasive endoscopic approach for patients requiring skull base tumour resections. This technique provides patients with fewer complications, far less postoperative pain and faster recovery than with the traditional surgical method such as craniotomies. This presentation will explore the changes of the surgical revolution of skull base tumours/pituitary tumours with respect to surgical interventions, patient outcomes and nursing care and practice in the neuro critical care unit. An in-depth nursing perspective of the care that is provided to this patient population today in comparison to the care plans of the past will be explored and discussed throughout this presentation. A8 (EN) Is BABS a Word? Brain Artery Bypass Surgery M. Pantalone, S. Broughton Health care personnel think of bypass surgery as a cardiac intervention, known as coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG). However, since 1967, neurosurgeons have been perfecting a cranial microsurgical technique known as brain artery bypass surgery. This concurrent session will review normal arterial blood flow, and pathological reasons for brain bypass surgery. Diagnostic criteria and surgical evaluation for brain bypass surgery candidates will be reviewed. The intricate extracranial-to-intracranial brain bypass procedure will be presented. Using a case study approach, nursing care of a patient undergoing brain bypass surgery will be examined. This session has significant implications for nursing practice at all levels of care. Critical care nurses and perioperative nurses are responsible for the immediate care of the postsurgical patient. As patients move through the health care continuum, neurosurgical nurses and rehabilitation nurses will assist the patient and family to meet their maximum health potential. As this surgical procedure is done at tertiary care hospitals, it will allow health care providers working in community and remote settings to learn more about this life-saving procedure. B8 (EN) Move Over, Mr. Elephant: Advanced Care Planning in Pediatric Patients with Neuromuscular Disease L. Pearlman Advance care planning is a process of dialogue and clarification of patient goals of care, as it relates to treatment decision-making, resuscitation, palliative and end-of-life care. Infants, children and adolescents with neuromuscular diseases (NMD) have a progressive illness trajectory and a shortened life - 18 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

19 span. However, pharmacological and technological advances translate into specific patients with neuromuscular disease living beyond care at pediatric centres. These patients, most often adolescent boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystophy, live well into early adulthood, often without advanced care directives in place and with increasing comorbidities. Neuroscience nurses in both pediatric and adult settings encounter patients with NMD in acute care, critical care and outpatient settings. The intent of this presentation is to (1) present the unique considerations of advanced care planning for pediatric patients with NMD and their families, and (2) critically examine the research of advanced care planning in this specialized group of neuroscience patients. The principles of advanced care planning are relevant to every neuroscience nurse working in pediatric/adult and acute/chronic/rehabilitation settings. C8 (EN) Adapting and Validating the Stanford Self-Management Program for People with Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1: Preliminary Results and Lessons Learned C. Gagnon, M.C. Chouinard, J. Mathieu, N. Leclerc, S. Jean Patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) deal with the challenges associated with the disorder on a daily basis. Self-management is an approach that allows for people with chronic diseases to take charge of their condition. A selfmanagement program already used for other chronic diseases at the Patient Education Research Center (Stanford University, California) has been adapted to DM1 patients, to be led by two health care professionals and to include the participation of family members. It was preliminarily tested with five DM1 patients and their caregivers. Interviews and questionnaires about main indicators developed by the Stanford team (fatigue, self-efficacy, pain, illness intrusiveness, etc.) were used before, during and after. The participants were very satisfied and judge that the content was pertinent to their reality, providing sufficient material for them to handle the disorder. The trainers observed that participants achieved a feeling of confidence, encouraging active participation. Caregivers also noted a better understanding of the disorder, allowing them to act as a source of support. The results also suggested a potential improvement of indicators once the program was completed. These preliminary results confirm that the adapted self-management program is plausible and has the potential to bring positive outcomes to that population. D8 (EN) Writing for Publication S. Sarkissian Back by popular demand! Come and learn tips and guidelines for getting your case studies and research work turned into a format that helps you get published. A9 (EN) Terson s Syndrome: A Complication of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage C.A. Miller Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage accounts for approximately 5% of all strokes. It is associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality. Of those who survive the initial hemorrhage, life-threatening complications include hydrocephalus, vasospam and stroke. Neuroscience nurses play a critical role in the early detection of these complications. This allows for timely intervention that can prevent permanent deficits. Terson s syndrome or vitreous hemorrhage is a lesser-known complication of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. It has been reported to occur in up to 40% of patients. This presentation will review a case of Terson s syndrome in a 46-year-old female following rupture of a posterior communicating artery aneurysm. The important role of the neuroscience nurse in screening for Terson s syndrome will be highlighted. B9 and B10 (EN) *double session Traumatic Brain Injury: Transitioning from Poor Prognosis to Palliative Care S. Kadyschuk, T. Robertson Hickey and Montgomery (2009) note the context and circumstances surrounding neurologically compromised patients are unique in that the organ of reason is rendered permanently impaired and patients are unable to make informed-consent decisions. This often leads to a state of limbo for many severely brain-injured patients. These patients often show no signs of neurological improvement and their prognosis is poor. However, they are without end-of-life care plans. In addition to recognized moral and ethical implications, there appear to be many barriers to decision-making regarding transition to palliative care, including ambiguity of prognosis or uncertainty. Is it time to develop a pathway for prepalliative care for TBI survivors, perhaps for some, facilitating transition from a state of limbo to palliative or end-of-life care? Using case studies of three young, severely brain-injured patients, this presentation will illustrate the multifaceted challenges facing neuroscience nurses who care for the longterm brain-injured patients; specifically young adults whose prognoses are designated poor, but who have no end-of-life care plans. Although the patients to be presented had similar prognoses following initial emergency and critical care interventions, their medical treatment followed different trajectories, each fraught with difficulties that impacted the patients, their families, nurses and other health care professionals. Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing Volume 32, Issue 1,

20 C9 (EN) Quality Improvement through the Development of the SCIN Team S. Nicosia Pressure ulcers are a common secondary complication for persons with spinal cord injury (SCI). They affect the person s well being and health, and are extremely costly to the health care system. A quality improvement model was used to examine the problem of increased incidence of skin breakdown in this population and to direct effective changes in practice by developing an SCIN Team. The SCIN Team is made up of a group of nurses who are specialized in the area of spinal cord injury who were provided with support to obtain additional education in skin care. These nurses became champions of skin management for in-patients with spinal cord injury. The champion would help other nurses with care coordination, provide consultation at the bedside and model best practice. The champion would also lead an interdisciplinary team to conduct weekly skin care rounds providing an expert educational and clinical resource for frontline staff at the point of care. Development of champion roles would be on both the acute spine unit and spinal cord injury rehabilitation units. To complete the quality improvement process, outcomes include reduction in the incidence of pressure ulcers, increased awareness and utilization of guidelines, and reduced length of stay. D9 and D10 (EN) *double session Developing a Comprehensive Care Pathway for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Patients R. Murphy Traumatic spinal cord injury can result in devastating losses for affected patients and their families. The health care professionals ability to anticipate the care needs and challenges these patients may face can favourably influence the course of recovery and adjustment to illness. To achieve this, the effective coordination of care and services for patients with spinal cord injury within an interdisciplinary framework is paramount. There is much literature to suggest that care pathways can be useful tools to improve patient care. This workshop explores one organization s collaborative efforts to develop a care pathway for the patient with traumatic spinal cord injury with an emphasis on: employing evidence-based interventions to achieve patient-centred goals producing measurable outcomes. standardizing the care of the patient with traumatic spinal cord injury along the health care continuum, from critical care to rehabilitation and synchronizing the interdisciplinary team s management of these patients. A10 (EN) The Pressure Cooker: Hypertension and Hemorrhagic Stroke N. Chenier-Hogan, D. Bowman, D. Podgers Although hemorrhagic stroke accounts for approximately one-fifth of the stroke population, it continues to have a threeto five-fold higher 30-day mortality rate than ischemic strokes. The majority of these strokes are intracerebral. Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is most common in patients with hypertension and cerebral atherosclerosis, which results in degenerative changes to the vessel caused by these diseases and increases risk of rupture. This mostly occurs in cerebral lobes, basal ganglia, thalamus, brain stem (pons) and cerebellum. With hypertension being a primary risk factor, the importance of blood pressure control cannot be underestimated. The early identification and intervention in primary care accompanied with health teaching is essential. In the event of hemorrhagic stroke, maintenance of strict blood pressure parameters are necessary to prevent further sequelae. Patients with ICH often have greater neurological instability and risk of early neurological deterioration than patients with ischemic stroke. They will have greater need for neurological expertise, monitoring of ICP and neurosurgical intervention. Astute assessment is essential to identify changes in neurologic condition. The diagnosis, prevention, medical and surgical management and outcomes of patients with hypertensive hemorrhagic strokes will be reviewed using case studies. C10 (EN) Treatment of Aggressive MS with High-Dose Chemotherapy and Autologous Stem Cell Transplant: The Impact on Quality of Life and Fatigue M.J. Bowman, M.S. Freeman, H.L. Atkins Background: High-dose chemotherapy and autologous stem cell transplantation is a potential treatment for aggressive MS, but can be associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Any gains from treatment must not be offset by reductions in the quality of life (QoL) or worsening fatigue. Design: The Canadian MS/BMT trial is a non-randomized phase II trial of immunoablation and purified ASCT in aggressive MS patients who have failed 1 year of standard treatment. MSQoL-54 and fatigue impact scale (FIS) were assessed in all patients in the three months pre-transplant and every six months thereafter for three years. Results: Twenty-four patients have received the treatment and have remained free of MS relapses or any new MRI activity. Fourteen patients have completed 36 months of followup, and three patients have completed 12 months of follow-up. Overall physical (pqol) and mental (mqol) scores: all but three treated patients reported improvement or stabilization in pqol and all but one improved or stabilized in mqol in 12- to 36-month posttransplant period. FIS: all but two treated patients improved or remained unchanged compared with the pretransplant period. Conclusion: Immunoablation and ASCT stabilizes or improves very aggressive MS patients without compromising patient-related outcomes of well being (FIS and MSQoL54). 20 Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010 Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

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